Planning to play at NJ online casinos? Four payment methods you should know about

LAST UPDATED: 23 Nov, 2017 @ 11:48
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New Jersey online casinos provide a wide variety of options for both deposits as well as withdrawals to their customers. In fact, more and more diverse online payment options are being offered in the ecommerce and online gambling industry of today. However, not all these methods are created equal, and there are some that offer specific benefits in terms of ease of usage and efficiency.

So if you wish to play at online casinos New Jersey has to offer, you should at least know about the following four major payment methods regularly offered at such casinos. Let’s briefly go over them below.

Paypal

PayPal is easily one of the most recognised payment methods on the Internet today. It has been incorporated by a large number of online casinos in New Jersey, mostly because of the fact that a large number of casino players already have running accounts with PayPal (with their banking info already fed into the platform). PayPal is also very secure as it uses high-end encryption technology, the same kind that is used in big financial institutions. Here’s the latest on Paypal for you.

eCheck/ACH

This is the ideal standard that is used for direct money transfers from one’s bank account. Transfers made via eCheck are normally done instantly, and don’t involve any fees. In addition, you can transfer higher amounts via eChecks compared to other regular methods. Almost every online casino accepts deposits/withdrawals via eChecks. Setting up eCheck deposit/withdrawals is also fairly quick and all you need to provide is some basic bank account-related information.

Online bank transfer

One can easily make deposits at the New Jersey online casinos through online bank transfers without having to pay any fees (in case of bank accounts that offer Online Bill Pay value-added service). This payment method isn’t at par with eChecks/ACH that can also be used for withdrawals. Furthermore, you also need to indulge in some setup activity to process online bank transfers, as the feature must be activated using your bank login.

However, as in case of eChecks/ACH, the funds transferred in the online bank transfer show up in the casino account almost instantly, even if the money isn’t debited to your bank account for many days. This payment method is often used alongside eChecks/ACH, as a means to deposit more amount of money in one go.

E-wallets like Neteller

Using an e-wallet for making online casino deposits adds one more step to the process, as you’d need to first deposit money into your e-wallet (using your credit card or bank transfer) first and then deposit into your online casino account from there. However, once money is there in your e-wallet, you can easily indulge in fast and large transactions without much complications. Withdrawals back to your e-wallet can also be made fairly easily, for instance to your Neteller account.

Neteller and other types of e-wallets are used fairly commonly at the international level, and if available, you must make the best use of them. Please note, there might be some fees associated with these e-wallets, however, that would be comparatively lesser than that of credit cards.

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